A central limit theorem for exchangeable random variables on by Bingham M.S.

By Bingham M.S.

A critical restrict theorem is given for uniformly infinitesimal triangular arrays of random variables during which the random variables in every one row are exchangeable and take values in a in the neighborhood compact moment countable abclian crew. The proscribing distribution within the theorem is Gaussian.

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